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Old 9th-April-2017, 01:52 PM   #1
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Dust 'em off...Spring is here.

I know you snapped pictures of it after you washed it this weekend. Post 'em if you got them!

I recently added the vinyl top/two tone trim. I think it looks good on a solid color car.

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Old 11th-April-2017, 05:54 AM   #2
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I dust of mine a few times a day!....sanding it down to get it ready for paint
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Must be nice, we are due for wet flurries and temps in the low 30's Fahrenheit this week. Was spring like the past two weeks but there is so much gravel on the roads couldn't take the car out.
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Old 13th-April-2017, 07:12 AM   #6
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Spring is WHERE???
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I would need a front end loader to remove all the dust from my 72. Maybe I will try to get it going again this spring. It has sat for almost 7 yrs now. I had worked on my 69 for most of those years but I sold the 69 2 yrs ago. A lot of my time has been spent working on my friends Camaro.
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Must be nice, we are due for wet flurries and temps in the low 30's Fahrenheit this week. Was spring like the past two weeks but there is so much gravel on the roads couldn't take the car out.
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Spring is WHERE???

Sorry, I forget the rest of the world doesn't follow the TX weather pattern.
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Nice looking cars batman and rebob...we have a small car show that started in Wichita Falls TX last year called Cruisin Kemp. It's this Saturday so I got the 58 out last night and washed it also. I'll do interiors and glass tonight. The 58 won a first place trophy last year, but in a small town like this I suspect they will pick a different winner this year, my cars are by no means "show cars". Anyhow, it is fun to get them out and talk to other carnuts.

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I dust of mine a few times a day!....sanding it down to get it ready for paint
That is the next step for my 67...I am going to try replacing the quarters myself and then get it painted. It looks good from 20ft but the closer you get the worse it gets.
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I would need a front end loader to remove all the dust from my 72. Maybe I will try to get it going again this spring. It has sat for almost 7 yrs now. I had worked on my 69 for most of those years but I sold the 69 2 yrs ago. A lot of my time has been spent working on my friends Camaro.
I know what you mean, I have a few projects around the house that have gone without attention for too long. Mostly stuff I don't like doing!
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